Making documentation affordable, consistent, and accessible to every developer across the Design System.
In this episode, we scratch the surface of writing good documentation for your design system. Successful metrics, discoverability, searching, references, architecture, etc. We also discuss the best practices and how to nudge your people to work on and with your documentation using custom components dedicated to your documentation pages.
We go through the documentation of open-source design system projects like Bootstrap, Boosted, Tailwind, and the ‹div›RIOTS’ dockit-core framework.
Gaël is a core team member at Bootstrap and a lead design system developer and maintainer at Onepoint.
- Why you should use open-source component libraries in your Design System ?
- Best Web Components libraries for Design Systems
- Bootstrap Documentation
- Boosted design system made on Bootstrap
- dockit-core, the ‹div›RIOTS documentation framework
- Tailwind documentation